Are You Living FULLY ALIVE?
The life God has for us – and calls us to – is characterized by
- Good Health
- Loving Relationships
- Joyful Spirituality
Each one of those aspects of you affects every other part of you as well. God created you as a unique and integrated whole. The physical, mental, relational, and spiritual parts of you are inseparable – “baked together” just as the flour, sugar, eggs, and salt are in a loaf of bread.
Do you want to experience that Fully Alive kind of life? You can!
I’ve prepared a short Resource Guide that will show you 7 Keys to Living Fully Alive, and even allow you to score yourself in each of these 7 key areas.
As an OB-Gyn physician, ordained Christian minister, talk-show host, author, and speaker I’ve help thousands of people work through the roadblocks and experience more of the Fully Alive kind of life that Jesus came to bring. You can find out more about me here.
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Dr. Carol’s Guide to Women’s Health
Take Charge of Your Physical and Emotional Wellbeing
Women’s Health has become a hot topic in 21st century culture. Unfortunately the controversies over such things as contraception, abortion, and insurance coverage have obscured what women’s health is really all about.
A healthy woman is so much more than her reproductive organs!
Have you ever:
- Wondered whether your symptoms are “normal” or something serious?
- Struggled with a love-hate relationship with your hormones?
- Wanted to use as-natural-as-possible means to deal with your health issues, but didn’t know where to start?
- Felt overwhelmed at the confusing and expensive American healthcare system?
- Wished for a way to consistently bring your faith into play with your reproductive health – minus the drama?
- Needed to lose weight, manage stress better, or connect with your husband?
That’s why I answer just these kind of questions Dr Carol’s Guide to Women’s Health will help you with.
In this book, I bring together medical science, my practical experience, and a faith perspective to address the spectrum of both physical and mental/emotional health issues women face throughout the various stages of their lives.
But there’s so much you can do to get better. You can take charge of your physical and emotional wellbeing. You can take charge of your health, and your healthcare, and this book will help you do just that.
“God, Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”
As we say every week on the program, “May God richly bless you. Now Go, and Live Well!”